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National poll shows Biden, Warren pulling ahead

CBS News Wednesday, 18 September 2019
A new national Democratic primary poll shows former Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Elizabeth Warren breaking away from the large field of candidates. Dave Weigel of the Washington Post joined CBSN to break down some of the takeaways from the poll.
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